The third section cites references to illustrate how the concept of statistical integration of research findings dates back to early 20th century.
Adolescent Education You love math. Or understanding how societies work—and how to improve them. Adolescent Education at Hunter College provides the training and certification you need to make a career out of expanding and sharing your knowledge with middle and high school students, whatever your field of expertise.
While working as teachers in a variety of New York City school settings, students are mentored by supportive, expert faculty. They learn how to make their subject compelling to diverse populations.
They practice designing effective curricula and implementing multiple learning modalities for adolescent learners. They integrate technology into the classroom and develop experiential learning projects to engage their students.
And, because of their immersion in New York City schools and close collaboration with faculty and classmates, graduates leave Hunter having developed expansive professional networks, ensuring job placement and continued opportunities throughout their careers.
More Bilingual Education Our Bilingual Education programs prepare students to become skilled, knowledgeable, caring teachers who will provide meaningful schooling experiences to English language learners in dual-language early childhood centers and elementary schools.
Faculty and students in Bilingual Ed programs believe additive bilingualism is a desired goal for learners, diversity is a strength upon which to build learning, and families and communities are a source of strength and knowledge in the development of children as learners. Bilingual Extension programs are also available for certified teachers, counselors and social workers.
More Childhood Education Effective elementary school education — education that empowers and elevates students of all backgrounds and abilities—depends on student-centered methods, individualized approaches, cultural responsiveness, and specialized pedagogies based in research, theory, and practice.
Students shape their course of study to fit individual professional and pedagogical goals. Program tracks in Special Education provide teachers with the opportunity to specialize in clinically-effective practices for engaging students with Learning Disabilities or Behavioral Disorders.
Regardless of specialization, graduates become leaders in all types of educational settings, as teachers, mentors, faculty development facilitators, instructional designers, inclusion and behavior support specialists, college instructors, principals, and even founders of their own schools and programs.
More Counseling Students in our counseling programs are dedicated to helping others live full and enriched lives. Central to this goal, as to all counseling work, is the belief that all people are capable of growth and development. Our programs reflect that principle.
Through coursework and field placement, students develop the skills, cultural competencies, and self-awareness necessary for building collaborative relationships with clients in a variety of settings.
Our supportive, knowledgeable faculty introduce students to the most advanced counseling theories.
Throughout their studies, students apply their learning and gain clinical experience in supervised practice throughout the city, in a wide variety of agency placement sites.
School Counselors advance to work with students and families in educational environments, and also find employment in hospitals, correctional facilities, and community organizations. Rehabilitation Counseling graduates practice in a range of community-based settings, providing person-centered counseling to youth and adults with disabilities.
Through the Mental Health Counseling program, students become counselors for individuals and families across the lifespan, in agencies, hospitals, and other settings, including private practice.The Bilingual Multicultural Education Bureau (BMEB) strives to serve all students participating in BMEPs so that all students achieve the program goals as outlined by New Mexico statute and education code, these are: (1) students become bilingual and biliterate in English and a second language; and (2) students meet all academic content standards and benchmarks in all subject areas.
Early-Exit Transitional Bilingual Education. The main goal of early-exit programs is to expedite the acquisition of the second language so that language learners can be integrated into classrooms with native speakers.
Bilingual Education: Develops both English proficiency and academic competence by instruction in the primary language as well as English. Immersion Education: Teaches a second language by providing sheltered instruction in content areas to students with limited language proficiency.
Bachelor of Arts in Education Sciences. The major in Education Sciences provides a foundation for the study of education, focused on four domains. A Critical Analysis of Eight Informal Reading Inventories By: International Reading Association.
There are a number of current informal reading inventories — each has its strengths, limitations, and unique characteristics, which should be considered in order to best fit a teacher's needs.
Gorman, Jennifer A., "Prospects for Improving Bilingual Education: An Analysis of Conditions Surrounding Bilingual Education bilingual education programs in U.S. public schools, regardless of the programs’ success going on in these areas and how that affects bilingual education programs.